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Old 07-16-2010, 02:12 AM
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Re: Len's Recent Trip To Yellowstone and The Big Horns

I've been back and forth across the Bighorns a few times, lol. I've also hunted south of 14 between the ranger station road and Cloud peak. I absolutely love it out there!! I hope to get back in that country within the next couple of years.
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Re: Len's Recent Trip To Yellowstone and The Big Horns

Len,
I'm going to step up to a digital SLR and was wondering what you would reccomend. I am fairly experienced and have used film SLRs, but my wife has no experience and wants to learn also. With that criteria, what camera body and what selection of lenses would you reccomend?
Thanks in advance.
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Budget?
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Re: Len's Recent Trip To Yellowstone and The Big Horns

I'm taking this seriosly but I would like to stay around $2000.00
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Nikon or Canon doesn't matter.

Get a body in the $1000 range and spend the rest on lenses. I have on order the new Nikon D7000. WHich is a little more than that.

Get a moderate telephoto, like 20-150 or whatever there is in that range. Also a 75-300.
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Re: Len's Recent Trip To Yellowstone and The Big Horns

Thanks for your input, I will let you know how it turns out.
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